Volunteer in primary schools

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Centro de Intercambio y Solidaridad (CIS) offers opportunities for volunteers in the areas of education and social programmes. More specifically, volunteers can donate their time as English teachers or as election volunteers. Volunteers must cover the cos ...
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MondoChallenge sends volunteers to help with development programmes in Africa, Asia and South America. All of their programmes are community based, meaning that volunteers live and work alongside local people. Projects include teaching (schools, orphanage ...
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ELTAP offers individuals, who are fluent in spoken English and willing to help people in another country learn English, and in return ELTAP participants experience life in another culture as no tourist can, receive assistance in finding accommodation for ...
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Community partners and volunteer groups live and work together and are co-beneficiaries in programs that promote increased understanding, self-sustainability, and quality of life.
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English is Uganda's official language and it is one area that students need help most. By volunteering, you help develop the pronunciation, vocabulary and writing skills of students. With the introduction of Universal Primary Education (free primary schoo ...
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Objectives:•Protect and make known the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child through education•Assist the needy child irrespective of tribe, origin, sex or religion, in the domain of social welfare•Protect the child from sexual exploitation, child labo ...
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Each year, Birzeit University organizes two fortnight-long work camps which give international students the opportunity to work alongside Palestinian students on community-orientated projects. Palestine & Arabic Studies students often join the camps, whic ...
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AVIF offers volunteer placements in Kenya with volunteers taking part in teaching in local schools and distributing dental products and medicines. Volunteers live with hosts in very remote, rural locations, and will be placed with at least one other volun ...
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New Horizons Volunteer Program is a Swiss-Ecuadorian non-profit social organization which has been working since 18 years ago in the development of social projects with children and with the elderly, educational projects, health projects, environmental pr ...
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Adults Go Abroad combines volunteer placements in a work environment with host family or work site accommodations, including participation in community activities allowing volunteers to live the cultural and socio-economic realities of their host country. ...
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Global Service Corps offers volunteer programmes ranging from two to nine weeks in Thailand and Tanzania. Internship placements of nine weeks and more are available in the same countries. Projects include HIV/AIDS prevention, sustainable agriculture, inte ...
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About English Opens Doors Program Volunteers English Opens Doors Program is a fee-free program serving Chile's youth. EODP volunteers make a lasting impact on the lives of their students, motivating them to improve their English and participate in cross ...
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